When a loved one dies we naturally experience grief. However, how we experience our grief is dependent on many factors: how, when, their age, your age, other stressors, family conflicts, work struggles, health issues, substance use history....etc. Sometimes we grief on our own and do fine, but other times we need someone neutral, unbiased and non-judgmental to help us process through it.
Everyone grieves differently. There is no right or wrong way to grief.
We can experience grief without experiencing death. When we experience major life changes such as: divorce, relocation, retirement, empty-nester, menopause, mid-life crisis....etc.
Although we associate grief with deaths, we still grieve major changes within our lives.
Everyone processes these changes differently, and sometimes additional support is needed to get through these times.
Have you been diagnosed with a life-threatening, life-shortening, acute, chronic or terminal diagnosis? How are you working through it? We can help navigate this uncharted terrain as you work through changes in your body as well as your family dynamics and other life changes associated with your diagnoses! You do not have to walk this road alone! We are here to help you and your family navigate these uncharted waters.
Spirituality is a major part of one's life and how they navigate times of trouble. This counselor combines traditional mental health training with a practical biblical approach to ensure that your faith is included when working towards resolutions.
General therapy sessions and fees
This session runs between 60-90 minutes and includes comprehensive session between client and therapist. This session also allows time for all paperwork to be finalized.
45 minute session
60 min session
This includes couples or additional family members up to 5 people, including client
this session runs between 75-120 minutes.
1 hour session
2 hour session